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OPINION: Keep your humanity while remaining political

Don’t let politics turn you away from your humanity — stay connected with your neighbors, even if their political leanings may differ from yours.

MEGHAN HENRY, Evergreen columnist

October 22, 2020

As we draw closer to Nov. 3, the rifts between political parties grow deeper in our country. Among the youngest voters, there is an inability to ignore our political beliefs when it comes to our relationships because, put simply, where we stand politically has become a question of our humanity. For...

OPINION: Political polarization is tearing our country apart

Whether it’s red or blue, there’s always a battle full of demoralizing, rude behavior. Politics in 2020 is tearing families, friends and countries apart.

JUSTIN ULOFOSHIO, Evergreen columnist

September 10, 2020

The U.S. presidential election is less than 60 days away, and many are saying that Nov. 3 might be the most important day in this generation. At the same time, the country is in the middle of an identity crisis. The sociopolitical climate of the United States seems to be at its most divided point in ...

OPINION: Social media negatively affects communication

Social media degrades relationships and hurts people, especially during election season.

JOEY FRANKLIN, Evergreen columnist

September 8, 2020

Social media can be very useful, especially during a pandemic, when seeing friends and family in person is not a viable option. Social media, however, does not come without negative aspects. When people communicate with others solely through social media, it does more harm than good. When social media...

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